TRS-80 Model 1 (was: Arty computers (was: Re: PDP-11/70 inYatesCenter, KS)
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Thu Feb 1 15:07:36 CST 2007
Jay West wrote:
> Jim wrote...
> >> The apple was a flop, yes. The Commodore also was a flop.
> >> Just look at the numbers. The apple was a flop because it
> >> was marketed as entertainment and drawing pictures (which
> >> it excelled at)
> Uh, most definitely not. The C64 and Apple were both fantastically
> > while the TRS-80 was a scientific machine that crunched numbers.
> I disagree. The TRS-80 was originally sold and marketed as a home
> system - certainly not a number cruncher. They sold it with game
> tapes & home recipe tapes after all. It wasn't until later models
> that Tandy started representing it as a business machine.
Queue "Dancing Demon"!
A couple of my high school friends had Model 1s. The father of one
of them thought that "Dancing Demon" was the best thing he had ever
seen on a computer. He regularly requested performances.
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